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  1. Bonnard and Le Cannet in the Mediterranean Light

    Bonnard and Le Cannet in the Mediterranean Light

    Review

    by Gretchen Jennings Published October 07 2011

    While visiting family in Nice in September I had an opportunity to see the newly opened (June 2011) Musée Bonnard in nearby Le Cannet, a few miles north of Cannes. Pierre Bonnard (1867-1949) was a Post-Impressionist painter whose work has often...

  2. Degas and the Nude multimedia tour

    Degas and the Nude multimedia tour

    Review

    by Ed Rodley Published October 19 2011

    (excerpted from a longer review with links, originally posted at http://exhibitdev.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/review-degas-and-the-nude-multimedia-guide/) As part of their expansion last year, MFA rolled out what I think is still the world’s-largest...

  3. Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide

    Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide

    Review

    by Regan Forrest Published October 19 2011

    A couple of weeks ago I finally made the time to check out the Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide: British Art Now exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The Art Gallery has turned over some 70% of its total exhibition space to the display of items...

  4. Talk To Me

    Talk To Me

    Review

    by Eric Siegel Published November 06 2011

    Paola Antonelli, who created Talk to Me at MOMA, broadcasts on a different channel than I can pick up with my antennae. Her last exhibition at MOMA, "Design and the Elastic Mind" infuriated me because of its self-congratulatory tone, its incoherence,...

  5. Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus

    Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus

    Review

    by Daryl Fischer Published February 08 2012

    The Detroit Institute of Arts’ exhibition, “Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus,” is not what it sounds. Well, it is; but it's so much more. It’s the story of how an artist was profoundly influenced by the community in which he lived and how he, in...

  6. The Art of Video Games

    The Art of Video Games

    Review

    by Liz Fort Published March 20 2012

    While I am no gamer, I had been eagerly awaiting the opening of The Art of Video Games (TAVG) at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) for several months. Why would a non-gamer be so excited, you ask? Well, the release of a couple of trailers...

  7. Making Sense of Modern Art Mobile

    Making Sense of Modern Art Mobile

    Review

    by Katie Schoorl Published March 21 2012

    At the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, art comes alive through their free mobile multimedia tour called Making Sense of Modern Art Mobile. More advanced and stimulating than a normal audio tour, the museum uses iPod Touch devices to present...

  8. Touch and the Enjoyment of Sculpture: Exploring the Appeal of Renaissance Statuettes

    Touch and the Enjoyment of Sculpture: Exploring the Appeal of Renaissance Statuettes

    Review

    by Claire Smith Published March 21 2012

    The Touch and the Enjoyment of Sculpture exhibition at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, developed in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University's Brain Science Institute, brings together art and science to create a unique exhibition. I’ll...

  9. Stick it, Pointillism

    Stick it, Pointillism

    Case Study

    by Elin Roberts Published June 09 2012

    Description and goals: We wanted a large, communal artwork so that visitors were contributing to something larger than they would make alone. A 12 foot wide x 8 foot tall white board was projected with a famous pointillist painting by Georges...

  10. Ann Hamilton: the event of a thread

    Ann Hamilton: the event of a thread

    Review

    by Chelsea Kelly Published December 22 2012

    All I was told by colleagues before seeing the Ann Hamilton exhibition at the Park Avenue Armory was the following: 1) There were swings. 2) The New York Times review was stellar. 3) I absolutely had to go during my visit to New York. If you...

  11. our countries

    our countries

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    by Ivan Henderson on February 06, 2013

    Some of these works did resonate with my sense of country in ways that brought back fond and not-so-fond memories. At the same time, this exhibition employs a BROAD definition of "country," which I...

  12. Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui

    Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui

    Review

    by David Vining Published April 12 2013

    I visited the current El Anatsui exhibition twice over the last few weeks; once on a weekday in the late afternoon, and once on a Saturday at mid-day. I went back because I enjoyed spending time in the exhibition, and wanted to further explore its...

  13. Out of Hand: Materializing the Post Digital

    Out of Hand: Materializing the Post Digital

    Review

    by Luned Palmer Published April 07 2014

    Out of Hand is a great name for this exhibit- it immediately implies that the show might be a little zany, and it aptly describes how the survey of artworks in the show are created: digitally. Of course, though most of the pieces are made with 3d...

  14. Tattooed New York

    Tattooed New York

    Review

    by Charissa Ruth Published April 08 2017

    Tattooing itself has simply been what it has always been: person, ink, image. Through the mirror of time, tattoos themselves have changed to represent different things for different people and that is what the New York Historical Society seeks to...